Textbook of Spinal Surgery: A Comprehensive Guide to the Management of Spinal Problems (2 Volumes)

by PS Ramani

This Textbook of Spinal Surgery provides succinct presentation of spinal surgery, development, anatomy, and biomechanics, as well as an especially strong section on the problem solving of the clinical cases. It is a substantial achievement by the author to bring all of these advances into one beautifully integrated text that comprehensively assessed the current state-of-the art advances in spine surgery. This book has been developed to meet the need for a text that stresses the principles, theories, and technical details that the spine surgeons must know to perform these intricate surgical procedures well. The author has written a tightly focussed chapter, in which he described his preferred method of performing specific operation, based on his vast personal research and clinical experiences, including hints and fine points that have proven of value in his own experience. A particularly important feature of each chapter is the well-balanced discussions on disease pathology, clinical features, and treatment of the diseases. Each chapter provided a unifying overview of the general principles important to successful diagnosis and the management of the spinal disorders. It seems that the author’s technical expertise and experience represented in each chapter is the foundation of this book. This book is a landmark text that will benefit the practicing spine surgeons as well as residents and fellows in spine surgery.

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Book Detail

Editor
1. Ramani PS
Editor's Affiliation
1. LTM Medical College and Hospital, University of Bombay, Mumbai, India
ISBN
9788180614774
Speciality
Orthopedics
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/10955
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2005
Pages
830
Book Type
Textbook

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